Electronic Health Records (EHR): Best Practices in Health Care Delivery

Live Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 1:00 pm (ET)

Recent government investment tops $20 Billion for health care IT, specifically in the area of electronic health records (EHR). However, only about 10 percent of all physicians in the United States have a complete EHR system, although many have at least some aspect of EHR in place.

Add 2,400 pages of new legislation—and all its implications for hospitals, doctors, patients, insurance companies, and health care plan administrators—and any way you look at it, the potential impact of EHR on the U.S. health care industry is nearly limitless.

The same, of course, can be said for the consulting profession. But where are the best EHR opportunities for consulting firms? And how can practices like yours make sure they’re properly positioned to take advantage of them?

Plan now to join us and uncover the answers to such critical questions as:

  • Where are the opportunities right now in EHR?
  • How can my firm best take advantage of those emerging opportunities?
  • In what specific areas will most of the EHR work take place?
  • What are clients’ biggest needs when it comes to EHR?
  • How can I be sure my health care clients are getting the most out of their EHR systems?

PLUS – get answers to your toughest questions during a live question and answer session immediately following the presentation.


  • Jim Champy, Advisor and Author
  • Dr. William Fera, Executive Director, Ernst & Young
  • Joseph Kornik, Editor-in-Chief, Consulting magazine

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